Routing

[electronic design automation] In electronic design, wire routing, commonly called simply routing, is a step in the design of printed circuit boards (PCBs) and integrated circuits (ICs). It builds on a preceding step, called placement, which determines the location of each active element of an IC or component on a PCB. After placement, the
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Routing

[disambiguation] Routing is the process of path selection in a network, such as a computer network or transportation network. Routing may also refer to: ==See also == ...
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routing

In mobile systems, finding the mobile is a major challenge. It may be in a known cell using a known channel but otherwise a variety of systems and techniques are used to find it. Systems in GSM and UMTS include GMSC, HLR, GGSN and GRX. Techniques include paging in a Location Area or Routing Area and inter-network HLR enquiry if the mobile is roamin
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Routing

This is the path by which information is transferred across a network or group of networks. The most efficient path is chosed by the IP Router of the network.
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Routing

(NETWORK GLOSSARY) The process of finding a path to the destination host. Routing is very complex in large networks because of the many potential intermediate destinations a packet might traverse before reaching its destination host.
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Routing

The process of converting a Rats Nest to a viable connection pattern without crossing tracks, going outside the board area, entering disallowed areas, etc. This can be accomplished manually - i.e. by explicitly arranging signals interactively, or by using Automatic Routing. Many complex layouts require a combination of both automation and the skill
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routing

1) (Pronounced ‘rooting`) from route, establishing paths on a board for circuit interconnections. (Pronounced ‘rowting`) from rout, using a cutter to define the outline of a circuit board, as described under board profiling.
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Routing

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Rout
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Routing

Routing is the process of selecting paths in a network along which to send network traffic. Routing is performed for many kinds of networks, including the telephone network (Circuit switching), electronic data networks (such as the Internet), and transportation networks. This article is concerned primarily with routing in electronic data networks
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routing

designating, in accordance with given rules, the circuit group to be used for setting up a connection from a given exchange for a given call attempt
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routing

the choice of the path taken in the network by a data packet
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ROUTING

The function of determining the route a packet should take from a subnet to get to another subnet. A component function of all internetworks, or internets. The process of delivering a message across a network or networks by the most appropriate path.
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Routing

It refers to the path followed by a golf course from the 1 st tee to its final green.
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Routing

Specific city pairs that an airline designates to travel, usually resulting in lower travel rates du
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